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A trial using Avonex® Interferon beta 1a to manage first attacks of multiple sclerosis
Conclusion Treated patients experienced a 44% decrease in the rate of developing a second attack when compared to placebo over a three-year period. Based on CHAMPS, the FDA and the European Medicines Evaluation Agency (EMEA) approved Avonex® for first episode MS patients with MRI abnormalities consistent with MS

CHAMPS

Acronym for ‘cardiovascular health after maternal placental syndromes’.
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Criminals have found lots of different ways of trying to conceal drugs, but if there's something there, Champ will find it.
It is my understanding that it will be the one and only and last Champ Car race," said Jim Michaelian, president and CEO of the Grand Prix Association of Long Beach.
The Champ was a real scrapper in its fast-attack role, being armed with a machine gun and rocket launcher.
Reciting the ugly words leveled against Lafayette and the Guard by persons being arrested, the clash at the Champ de Mars appears inevitable, even as the author fashions an argument that hinges upon the contingent.
Lunar Lander (s/w), Champ Ms Pac Em (s/w), Champ Pac Em (s/w), Space War (s/w) and Pong - Level 2 ( Interesource).
He recommends a search for "superheavy" hydrogen isotopes and suggests carbon nuclei as more likely hosts for negatively charged CHAMPs.
It was the 19th time Bourdais has claimed a poll, tying him for tenth all-time in Champ Car history, but his first in Long Beach.
In the 2004 National Register of Big Trees, Florida led the nation with its 163 national champs.
As events throughout the country offer more "real time" food demonstrations, programs and engagements, the Food Champ roster of culinary champions is the perfect ingredient for consumer and brand experiences.
LONG BEACH - Jimmy Vasser has been around Champ Car racing long enough to understand the concepts of quality and quantity, and he looks at the 32nd Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach Sunday as a clear victory for quality.